In Handy Tips, we find ways that can improve your life and make it easier and explain why these tips work. Today, we will tell you how to make a face mask out of paper or a paper towel.

After lengthy debates about the need to wear face masks during the COVID-19 pandemic, hundreds of research articles have been published in scientific journals and blogs that confirm and deny the effectiveness of masks.

How to Wear a Face Mask and Not Fog up Your Glasses
Today, we will tell you how to stop your glasses from fogging up when you are wearing a face mask. This is an extremely useful life hack considering that we are all living during a pandemic.

But as we can see, it was decided that it is necessary to wear masks and the government paid heed to this idea. Therefore, wearing face masks in public places is now a mandatory norm.

Supplies of masks tend to run low rather quickly as they become carriers of bacteria and infections even if you wear them for a short period of time, and doctors recommend changing them more often.

The Japanese could not ignore this problem, and given their super ability to make anything you could possibly imagine out of paper, solving this problem was a matter of honor. Here are 5 video tutorials of varying difficulty with different mask designs. Take a piece of paper or a paper towel, two rubber bands, a stapler, and you are good to go!